So I am blaming travel, stress, and jetlag on my lack of judgement. Any tips at this point would be greatly appreciated! I probably won't have a chance to try this till this weekend but I'll update as soon as I have news, good or bad. This file had messed up twice and the like hood was high that it would happen again. Please feel free to update your bookmarks accordingly! I think this may just be Surface Books. My question, am I creating a bootable image correctly on a usb? Until then, you can access our new content on either as you do today, or at our new site.
However I was running for a flight to Scotland with a 6 hour layover before flying out onsite to a customer in Norway. Moving the hard drive, wouldn't that take the key over to a new serial number? I was onsite with a customer in Oslo for only 2 days when my Surface 3 flashed the same error. I've been working on this a few days now, I've never seen this much trouble when trying to image. Is there a way to carry over an image from her broken screen Surface to the new one so I do not have to load everything from the ground up? So, this time I did not install Windows 10. Lately I experienced some problems when I power up my sp3 from hibernate. I took it to the Microsoft store and they said that it would need to be reset.
Made me nervous, but I overwrote them and it appeared to be fine. When your Surface laptop is closed, how to set boot option? For some reason that started working fine and he was able to use it. Press F12 if you have type cover attached, otherwise press Volume Up button to confirm erasing. Related Articles: This entry was posted in. Phew… Now, if I was sensible, at this point I really should have done a full wipe and reinstall. After 2 hours of jiggery-pokery I got absolutely nowhere! I'm wondering if the tablets have some additional hardware fingerprint checking so that it's as difficult as possible to change boot options.
I have tried alot of these steps but still seem to have issues is there anyone I can send my surface to who will just wipe it and can deal with bit locker protecting drives? He had no issues booting so we set about diagnosing the issue. The frustrating thing was, in all of Microsoft's instructions, they always assume you're creating the Recovery Image boot drive off a working computer that you want the Recovery Image for. Step 1: Open your Surface, and login to Windows. Sometimes, the login screen freezes until I shut down the sp3 by pressing and holding the power button. I did this through a couple of different methods including the method that was directly from Microsoft's site.
Only Surface logo on screen for several hours. I have a user who broke the screen on her Surface Book. So I stuck one in my suitcase to deal with later and opened one for me. That is confusing a lot. If either of you have any suggestions, I'd love to hear them. Also did the same on a Surface Book. I'm trying to repair it following the steps that Microsoft has posted on their website.
Any help would be appreciated. I spent some time each night onsite trying to get the bloody thing to boot and searched the interwebs for results. Following the instructions on how to create a recovery drive It appears that a Recovery Drive can only be created from the the Surface Book, and i should have done it before i needed it? My name is Stephen Mathews and you may know me from my 3-part PowerShell Basics video series on. No spinning circle on boot and Recovery drive is not working. I did all the procedures described in the Microsoft troubleshoot on their website. To boot a Surface device that has been wiped with Microsoft Surface Data Eraser, you will first need to reinstall the Windows operating system.
Thanks to those who tried to help. It will take you about 3 hours to download the recovery image file, make sure you have enough time, and wait for it patiently. Now, I am unable to prepare a bootable flash disk and I can not make factory reset to my sp3. I'm trying to help a friend with a Surface 2. Any advice is greatly appreciated! On the search box enter: recovery. Fernando Hi , Thanks for the response and the link.
So this weekend I flew out at 06:00… One day home and back out to the customer. Of course, this is my first time doing it to a 'tablet'. The external Monitors are working fine. Select your Surface model and it will jump to the next dialog. Step 4: When the Surface logo appears, release the volume-down button. Press and release the Power button.